Jabbawockeez at Halloween Horror Nights Hollywood

An unexpected and much needed addition to Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Studios Hollywood is the Jabbawockeez show in the Special Effects Stage theatre. Having lost the infamous “Bill and Ted” a few years ago, the Halloween event has been severely lacking live entertainment, not only from a value perspective, but from a crowd control perspective more importantly. Fresh off ongoing performances in Las Vegas, the Season One winners of “America’s Best Dance Crew” take to the stage for a consolidated, yet highly entertaining half hour. The group, which was originally formed in 2003 has been performing their unique brand of dance, with signature costumes and iconic masks for over a decade. The high-energy production is filled with popular music, humor and jaw-dropping dance moves. When Halloween Horror Nights concludes, the group will be heading to their new home at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. So, seize the opportunity to see them as part of a much larger event. Make the Jabbawockeez a priority during your visit to Horror Nights. Opening weekend, the performances were so popular, fans lined up to be first ones in the theatre, which hit capacity at every performance. Many patrons exited and got right back in line to watch it again. With a pulse-pounding soundtrack and audience participation, the group will have you dancing (and standing) in your seat. Watch me Nae Nae....

Tip: there is a 6:15pm show during early entry. Head to this performance first. That way, you can do the mazes and Terror Tram once the park officially opens at 7:00. If you care to watch it again, you can do so later in the evening.

More info: http://www.halloweenhorrornights.com/hollywood/2015/show.php

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